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Trophy Pronghorn Antelope Hunts
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Trophy Pronghorn Antelope Hunts

The Texas Panhandle offers some of the finest trophy Pronghorn Antelope hunting. All Pronghorn Antelope Hunts in Ochiltree County, Texas are by landowner permit only. Due to the number of permits given, Pronghorn Antelope Buck Hunts are limited. All permit fees are covered in the Trophy Pronghorn Antelope Buck Hunts base fee. With the wide open spaces you can expect a 300+ yard shot, though we have had experiences sitting on a water hole and having a 30+ yard shot. Either way, Panhandle Outfitters Of Texas will make sure you have an enjoyable and memorable hunting experience.


What's Included

  • Lodging
  • Breakfast & Supper
  • 300 Yard Rifle & Bow Range
  • Cleaning & Skinning of Game
  • Packing of game on ice in Hunter supplied cooler
  • Transportation of game to local taxidermist if needed
  • Taxidermist can arrange shipping of mount if needed

Season Dates

  • Regular Season: September 30th - October 8th 2017

Trophy Pronghorn Antelope Hunting Rates

  • $2,200 - Up to 4 Days Hunting
  • 50% non-refundable deposit due at Time of Booking, Remainder Amount Due Upon Arrival
  • Additional Days at $200 per day, if space is available
  • Non hunting guest $350

Additional Antelope Trophy Fees

  • Up to 60"  $300
  • 61" to 65" $450
  • 66" to 70" $600
  • 71" to 75" $750
  • 76" to 80" $1,000
  • 81" to 85" $1,250
  • 86" to 90" $2,500
  • 91" and Above $3,500

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Terms and Conditions

  • Hunter is responsible for determining the price of the score before pulling the trigger (semi-guided hunts only).
  • Wounding an animal is the same as harvesting one and will be hunter's responsibility to pay the additional Trophy Fee based on the estimated score, regardless of recovery or not.
  • Scores are measured on Gross Green Score based on Boone & Crockett system
  • Hunter may bring own ATV/UTV.
  • Taxidermist cost will be covered by the Hunter.
  • Hunters are responsible for having the proper Texas hunting license per Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
  • Every hunter born on or after Sept. 2, 1971, must successfully complete a Hunter Education Training Course.

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